Wildfire Survey Needs YOUR Responses

CWPPsurveyGraphicCropped500widePlease Take our Survey NOW Globe-Miami,   San Carlos
Tonto Basin,  Roosevelt    and  Hayden-Winkelman

The recent Copper Canyon Fire blackened nearly 3,000 acres and serves as a stark reminder - fire season 2021 has arrived!  
Globe-Miami residents, How concerned are you about wildfire in your area? Please take this brief survey
San Carlos Apache Nation residents, how would you rate your home, business or property at risk of wildfire?
Tonto Basin and Roosevelt residents -- what actions do you take each year to prepare for fire season?
Our neighbors in Hayden-Winkelman: how prepared are your local fire districts, the Forest Service, and community for a large wildfire?
Everyone . . . what fire mitigation/prevention measures are needed in your community, and how would you prefer to receive information during a wildfire emergency (text, email, voicemail, Fb post)? Please take this brief survey
First published in 2010, updated in 2015, Southern Gila County’s  Community Wildfire Protection Plan is being updated again this year - and needs a lot more input from local residents in Globe-Miami, Tonto Basin and Roosevelt; from our neighbors on the San Carlos Apache Nation - and as many residents of Hayden-Winkelman as possible.  The survey deadline is approaching, and we need a lot more responses -- please!
It just takes a few minutes to complete online at this link

Also easy to find (in fact, it’s the second suggested link) when you search the web using keywords
“surveymonkey Southern Gila County Community Wildfire Protection Plan (CWPP).”
And if that’s too difficult, please email ccates@gilacountyaz.gov  and Celena will send the direct link for your convenience.  

Southern Gila County’s  Community Wildfire Protection Plan exists in response to the Healthy Forests Restoration Act for at risk  cities and communities in Southern Gila County.
Written and edited by fire and emergency management professionals, the plan has been updated and fine-tuned at each five year mark. Objectives for 2021 include updating community hazards and values at risk, invite suggestions for local activities that could reduce the threat of wildfires, and ways we can improve public and firefighter safety.
Local residents: that’s where you come in!

The 2021 update of our CWPP invites local communities to address their wildfire risk by evaluating wildfire risks and coming up with options for mitigating those risks. Gila County wants to know your concerns and your ideas for how we can improve the plan and make our community more resilient to wildfire.

The survey takes less than 10 minutes, and your input is extremely valuable in helping us to create an effective Community Wildfire Protection Plan localized to Southern Gila County. You don’t have internet access, and want to complete this survey on paper? Call Gila County Health and Emergency Management Department’s Client Outreach Specialist

(928) 242-7559 or call Celena Cates (928) 402-8510 to request one. June 4 is the deadline for print-out surveys to be mailed or faxed; June 10 is the deadline for surveys completed online.